Movie Meltdown: Scarefest Run
Movie Meltdown – Scarefest Run
Listen as we’re heading back from Scarefest and all the fun that trip entailed. And while we reserve the right to pullover at any point to look for different Boo Buckets, along the way we still address… Tyler Labine, Van Helsing, American Horror Stories, Felissa Rose and Karen Fields, a very sexy birthday present, Emma Roberts, avoiding a spoiler, Paris Jackson, the troma-est, non-troma movie, Reaper, Street Trash, Sam McMurray, Hackers, Tim Cappello, The Fog, Kaia Jordan Gerber, pregnant bellies, Deadbeat, C.H.U.D., I totally went to sleep because I was trying to escape, Sleepaway Camp, New Amsterdam and being a Judy.
“This movie’d be great if it didn’t suck.”
For more on Scarefest, go to: https://scarefestweekend.com/
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